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Memorial Hermann Joins E-Invoicing Network

June 18, 2008
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Memorial Hermann Healthcare, a 14-hospital system based in Houston, is deploying e-invoicing though Atlanta, Ga.-based OB10 e-Invoicing network.

According to the company, Memorial’s Procure-to-Pay initiative includes both e-invoicing and the use of Pcard Buyer Initiated Payment. The OB10 network will deliver suppliers’ invoices within minutes of submission, which it says will enable the health system to provide real-time invoice processing.

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